We are sorry that technical difficulties caused the cancellation of the second session Dr. Edmond’s two-part presentation on July 20. It has been rescheduled for Tuesday, July 28 at 7 pm. Register on the Princeton Public Library website to receive the Zoom link on July 27; if you registered for July 20, you should receive the link without re-registering. You can listen to the recording of part 1, by clicking here.
Psychologist Nathalie Edmond identifies the causes, symptoms, and impacts of racial trauma and explores strategies for healing on an individual and community level. Trauma from experiencing overt acts of racism, microaggressions and the vicarious trauma of seeing others murdered due to their racial/ethnic group will be discussed along with strategies for healing from racial trauma on an individual and community level. Questions are welcome from participants.
Edmond is director and founder of Mindful and Multicultural Counseling in Ewing and is the coordinator of Princeton University’s Mind Body Health and Eating Disorder teams.
This program is made possible through the the generosity of Patricia Deeney and James L. Weber.